The second neat, new feature for Logos 8 is the Workflow. In Workflow you can choose from a variety of options including a basic Bible study, a character study, a passage study, etc. The example I’ll share is from a Character Study on St. Peter. Here’s the flow:
As you can see, I begin with my tools that allow me to research St. Peter, which include key events in this character’s narrative-life:
Or, I can jump to key passages where Peter is mentioned, look up Peter’s name(s) in Greek, and access the dictionaries in my library:
Along the way I can take notes that will save for later and store within my workflow. When I want to resume my study, I return to this particular workflow and it’s all there for me. If I wanted to share my findings on social media, I can do that as well.
This feature is quite helpful for those like me who teach. I imagine pastors, youth pastors, etc., can benefit from it as well as it helps create concise lessons on characters, passages, etc.